Criminal Defense

Every criminal case in Tulsa is unique, and sometimes the case can get complicated very quickly. But have no fear, we are a very experienced defense firm who knows exactly how to handle your case and we are here to help guide you through each step.

Our aggressive defense team has extensive knowledge of Oklahoma laws and regulations, which gives us an advantage in securing a not-guilty outcome for your case. Over the years of helping many wrongfully-convicted clients secure the outcome they deserve. For decades our defense firm has been practicing criminal law in Tulsa. Our experienced attorneys have served clients for nearly every type of Oklahoma criminal case and we know how to approach your case with

Some of the common case-types our lawyers see from Tulsa clients are below.

Assault and Battery

Tulsa Assault AttorneyIf you or a loved one has been charged with assault and battery we can help. Our assault and battery attorneys may be able to help get the charges reduced or completely dismissed.  We’ll review the charges looking for any weakness in the States case against you. For the State to prove assault and battery they’ve got certain obstetrical’s to overcome. Assault and battery attorneys with years of experience defending this type of crime understand this and know how to exploit their advantage.

If you retain one of our assault and battery attorneys in Tulsa, we’ll ensure your case receives the time and attention it deserves in order to best protect your legal rights. Read on to learn more about Oklahoma assault and battery laws.

Criminal Defense Blog

Tulsa Criminal Lawyers Discuss Reckless Handling of a Firearm

Reckless Handling of a Firearm is a tricky offense.  Take for instance, the 1985 Oklahoma case of Withers v. State.  Danny Withers received charges of reckless handling of a firearm.  After leaving a bar in the early hours of the morning, he drew his weapon in anticipation of a brawl.  He and his two friends were significantly outnumbered.  His threatening shot above the heads of the possible attackers was reckless handling of a firearm because he discharged the shot outside of a bar where intoxicated people were… Read More

Tulsa Criminal Attorneys Discuss Larceny

This crime is one that comes in many different degrees and is different depending on the value of the property involved, who it was taken from and in some cases what type of property was involved together with whether it was day or night when the property was taken.. In Oklahoma the statutory reference for this type of criminal offense is Title 21 Section 1701 When the State charges you with larceny it must prove two things. First it must prove that you took the personal property… Read More

Defining Tulsa Possession of a Firearm After Former Conviction

Possession firearm after former conviction is a crime in Tulsa Oklahoma. This is so even though Article 2, Section 26 of the Oklahoma State Constitution states the right to bear arms for defense of person or property “shall never be prohibited”.  It goes on further though to clarify that “nothing herein contained shall prevent the legislature from regulating the carrying of weapons.”  This second part is what matters when it comes to convicted felons charged with possession of a firearm. Oklahoma Possession of a Firearm Laws: Under Okla…. Read More

Tulsa Drug Possession Lawyers

Tulsa Drug Possession Lawyers will tell you the two basic categories of drug possession crimes, felonies and misdemeanors, felonies are the most serious carrying with them prison sentences in excess of one year. Of all the Oklahoma felonies in the news, simple drug possession is the majority.  Plus, the penalties are the most controversial. Although not a violent crime, simple drug possession in Oklahoma is a serious crime.  It is a felony.  Therefore, the punishments for second and subsequent offenses are equal to or exceed that of… Read More